- Jan 9, 2015
Give us a reason to use navies before balancing them
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The Barbary pirates raided the Mediterranean throughout the game's timeline and further more, what are you talking about? 'Coastal Raiding' only started subsiding after the second Barbary War in 1816, and didn't really stop until the mid 19th century.but raiding shouldn't even be a mechanic past 1500 anyways
Heavies shouldn't be able to stand up to galleys in internal seas until 17th century at earliest. There is a reason why even Spain and Portugal used galleys in Mediterranean.So combat width is down to 0.5 for galleys. Meaning that you can have 6 galleys against 1 heavy.
AKA in 1444 you have 72 cannons for galleys against 40 cannons of your heavy. This doesn't seem balanced
Or am I forgetting something?